At Unseen we are working towards a world without slavery.
We hope that one day our work is no longer needed. That by working in partnership with communities, business, governments and other organisations we can stamp out slavery for good. But while there are victims of trafficking, we want to be here to offer them the safety, hope and choice they deserve.
Women’s Safehouse: Unseen runs a safehouse in the South West for women of 18 years and over who are classified as survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. We take referrals from all over the country.
Men’s Safehouse: Unseen has developed a new model of 24/7 care and support for male survivors of trafficking and slavery.
Unseen Children's House: this is the first specialised safehouse for trafficked children in the UK. It provides highly specialist accommodation and care services to give trafficked children the intense support they need as they move from harm to safety.
Resettlement, integration and outreach (RIO) project: the service offers ongoing support, practical and emotional assistance to victims of slavery and trafficking.
Anti-slavery Partnership (ASP): with Avon and Somerset Police and Bristol City Council The purpose of the ASP is to support and enable the discovery of and response to incidents of human trafficking, slavery and exploitation through a victim-centred, multi-disciplinary and collaborative community effort.
UK Modern Slavery Helpline and Resource Centre: The Modern Slavery Helpline and Resource Centre brings us closer to the eradication of modern slavery. Now, we can provide victims, the public, statutory agencies and businesses access to information and support on a 24/7 basis.